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4 Things All Cat Owners Tell Their Pets

If there’s one thing we know for certain about kitties, it’s that they are full of adorable quirks. While all kitties are unique, they share many behavioral traits, including some habits that can be both hilarious and exasperating. If you have a cat, read on! In this article, a North Las Vegas, NV vet lists five things you have probably said to your kitty.

Get Down From There!

No one is certain exactly how much language kitties understand. However, we suspect that most of our feline friends know exactly what this phrase means. In fact, some of them hear it daily! You can’t really blame Fluffy for wanting to get a better vantage point: after all, she doesn’t have a very good view from the floor. Get your furball a cat tower to survey her domain from.

What Are You Doing In There?

Every day, kitty parents find their furballs sleeping in unexpected places. Fluffy’s fondness for exploring, getting into small spaces, and hopping into boxes and suitcases has made this query one of the most common things cat owners say to their pets. If you’re constantly finding your furry friend in hidey-holes, consider getting Fluffy a pet tent or cat condo.

I’m Sorry, But I Have To Move You

Kitties certainly do take their beauty rest seriously. Cats can sleep up to 20 hours a day! Inevitably, you’ll have to move your sleepy pet mid-nap. Fluffy looks super cute when she’s dozing, so you just can’t help feeling guilty for disturbing her, especially if she gives a little meow of protest. Offer your drowsy furball lots of comfortable beds, so she can pick up her napping session in another spot.

What?

Sometimes it’s easy to tell what a kitty wants. For instance, if Fluffy is sitting in front of her bowl, meowing theatrically, she probably wants supper. But cats aren’t always so clear. Sooner or later, your furball will do something that perplexes you, whether it’s meowing at you, putting a paw on your arm to get your attention, or reacting to something you can’t see. Watch for any changes in your pet’s normal habits, as sometimes these can indicate illness. Contact your vet if you notice anything unusual.

Do you have questions or concerns about your pet’s health or care? Call us, your North Las Vegas, NV animal hospital, today!

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